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On blood thinning medicines, had an heart attack due to trop level 2041, coronary artery in good condition. Precautionary measures?

Could you tell me what the appropriate precautions would be for a front line Police officer who has recently suffered a heart attack and is taking the usual blood thinning medications; bispoprolol, Clopodigrel, Ramipril , Nicorandil, Atorvastatin , Lanzoprazol and soluble Aspirin . coronary artery s good and best explanation for heart attack (confirmed trop level 2041), best theory was that I had a blood clot in an artery that cleared?
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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Hello n welcome ...
As he had a heart attack, definitely he should be very careful about certain things like ...
Regular Medication
Avoid oil and salt
Regular exercise
Stop smoking
Reduce weight
And very important always be happy....
Good luck ...
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